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1. The reaction CO+2H2-CH3OH was carried and it is found that only 332g of CH3Oh is actually produced when 407g CH3Oh was the expected yield. What is the Percent yield?

2. If 112g of CaO is reactied with an excess of NH4Cl and 64.0g of NH3 are produced, what is the percent yield?
a. calculate the theoretic yield?
b. calculate percent yield?

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    this is the equetion for question 2
    CaO+2NH4Cl-2NH3+H2O+CaCl2

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    Percent yield = (actual yield/theoretical yield) *100 = ?

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    4.07

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    4.07

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